Why the Loss of Your Pet Could Be the Hardest to Bear

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Why the Loss of Your Pet Could Be the Hardest to Bear

Whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend never owned a dog.

If you’ve ever lost a beloved pet, you know just how true that old adage is.

From dogs to cats to canaries to lizards, we humans form unbreakable bonds with our furry, feathered, and scaled friends.

In a way, nearly every treasured pet is a therapy animal. They may not have certificates or wear special vests that give them upgraded seating status on airplanes, but they greatly enhance our lives in a number of ways.

Numerous studies have shown evidence that pets not only provide companionship and bring joy, they can also help people recover or better cope with a wide range of health problems, including heart disease, cancer, and mental health disorders.

And when a pet dies, it can be an emotionally devastating experience that can have a negative impact on our both our mental and physical health. …Click here to read full story

Source: Healthline.com

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    Friulishop
    June 29, 2018

    Hi Barry, As you have noted, dogs are not permitted in the festival, but you will need to check directly with the caravan park in which you are staying to see whether you can keep your dog there. FYI: The Horsham Riverside Caravan Park is pet friendly as is Wimmera Lakes, however pets are not allowed to be left unsupervised at Wimmera Lakes. Kind regards, Jess

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